Chicago Police DepartmentSpecial Order S05-06
Active Shooter Incident Plan
Issue Date:10 November 2015Effective Date:16 November 2015
Rescinds:16 August 2008 Version
Index Category:Extraordinary Responses
I.Purpose
This directive designates the responsibility for providing appropriate training and evaluation, as needed.
Department members will refer to the General Order titled "Active Shooter Incident Plan" for initial procedures and responsibilities when an Active Shooter Incident Plan (ASIP) is initiated.
II.Post-Incident Evaluation
  • A.The district commander of the district of occurrence will:
    • 1.convene a debriefing session with the appropriate area deputy chief and other involved members the day following the incident and forward a summary report to the Deputy Chief, Education and Training Division.
    • 2.ensure that copies of all Bureau of Patrol reports pertaining to the incident are forwarded to the Deputy Chief, Education and Training Division, within ten days after the incident.
  • B.The appropriate Bureau of Detectives area commander and the Bomb Squad commanding officer will ensure that a copy of all reports pertaining to the incident are forwarded to the Deputy Chief, Education and Training Division, when completed.
  • C.Upon receipt of a Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) Media/Data Request (OEMC-109), OEMC will forward the following information to the Deputy Chief, Education and Training Division, within ten days after the incident:
    • 1.The event history of the entire incident.
    • 2.The audio recording of the entire incident.
  • D.The Deputy Chief, Education and Training Division, will evaluate the incident and determine the need for supplemental training and dissemination of reports and materials to the appropriate command-level staff.
Authenticated by: KC
Garry F. McCarthy
Superintendent of Police
14-022 TSS
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1.S05-06-01 - Safe School Information Package